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W , THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING-, MAY 9, 1910. I ; J$
Ad Company's i Res
Lks, Carrying Peril
vSy .V PERIL
f BBBOW ESCAPES
. ffjter Twenty Feet
A Sweeps Out the
t The Bit? Geyser dam,
K'pSdox Land company
!& Soke last night and
fu Cd. hThcrs' ranch and
B Se men sleeping In
hti gnf ?he reservoir. The
:?AlSrSscn sleeping in the
iftlLfwho has been on
'.i? yr" and is In the
of doors did so the
W hrMkliiK. When ho
J"Sf Ihrrulhing waters
'JSfari to arouse his mates
fgule and they na.r..w,y
... and a number o dishes
W'A of food for the Pace
Sfn : flown with the flood.
rJ!;hfiin' and other sup
vrf h ouad rranch of this
2 Son to destroy In; the
kffl covered the ranch
fir miles below with uce
Lfiw Unnd heavy Umbers,
fiuird for four hours and
tiS rl r ten feet at Blue
iffi below the Pace ranrti.
J wich and Garver's ranch.
ftntr up tho creek than
rttet io badly damaged but
5$ hundred dollars damage
somewhat sleeper In that
2 the wx ran away more
" Wing it io become so
era located on the east side
i Eil mountains about thirty
ton here. The dam was in
b lie water was to be iisea
mllty. Colo. As a result about
cfflMfnilt land in the Pani
rrtl bo without -water this
i! thousands of fruit trees will
ydt and hundreds of fanners
Kttltosln that valley will navo
ferfxre until thla reservoir can
Tee eatlmated cost of this
itol J10.000. The company was
liwthtr reservoir only a short
Lw this to bo finir.hed this
i of this Paradox Land com
r. C. Kyle of Montrose, Colo.,
p. Tv Stevens, vice-president.
Biiiy. a conker's son of New
KrtUrr and treasurer. It is
?nil of tlic people in this
iKhifv fumlJhed most of the
deal. Mr. Klnnev also Is
l iljiilar scheme in Oregon,
i&ttr Tanner had disapproved
Hdj feet of the Geyser dam
& ago and had ordered the
rrJe.$ It not to allow it to bo
1 tithe top with water. The
rJ Ht in dirt Instead of enn-
I! engineer prescribed, and
; feet of the dam was nar
:ce plin approved by State
snsr. It Is said that the
tfify- constructed In many
ere has teen some talk of
to have had so much dam
sir ranches ' of suing the j
Paee brothers who was in
Hid the damage was prob
ticDgh at present it Is hard
iff much damage really was
Mri!liej Pills are antiseptic,
ilBp ' ratorativo and a prompt
yMM'l urinary irregularities.
r to your editorial
In paper of even
V a trial of same
irs' experience of
pom this time In
B fruits and veg
tlnie to study this
ie few local dedi
cated at llio pres
triert to Influence
lie removal of the
market, but thai
Kigst the mlnor
J of the commer
ce not yet made
tho locnl market
t am sure the
hold their market
and prefer to pay
rlvllege of holding
to sell from dav
r privilege to buy
he present market
:e has proven that
'1- direct from the
Impossible for any
't on the market
t s and vegetables
slble for the con
action by buying
Its and vegetables
the retail trade
necessary In order
imanded by most
very few of the
'who find it more
,K0 directly t0 U,o
;hs establish rcg-
Produce. This Is
he consumer, who
rlvllege of having
'Bht to their door
market for tran
farmers thus take
Po of U,u more
'"id It thun nuts
r goods on a level
would thus not
era or the inex
i eed experience to
. In order to
v V?.sc,ecL y vn
V different prbduc
my best Judsmont
SC to give 8at-y-s'G.
fw llle; navc (l0
f'wwhore. We be
.l and good
given a fair
IHfoftffffi" 0F the!
tBVv',Iri banknm?" & c- volun-
,(X7?i Howard Y.
ffH &ti. oimhJ" 1,10 county
jtt'th aforesaid, a
Vo'Id L Id aHowa rd
uuslnesa as Howard
W. Throckmorton, and as Throckmorton
& ,c?." .w?? du,y adjudicated bankrupt
and that the first meeting of hia credit
ors will be hold at my office in the Com-
crc, biock f1 Lake City, Utah on
the l.th day of May 1910. at 10 o'clock
In the forenoon, at which time tho oald
creditors may attend, prove their claims,
appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt
and transact such other business as may
properly come before said meetintr
cm rt, m. Re.''eG Jn Baukruptcy.
Salt Lake City, Mny 6, 19lo.
DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAIL- I
Proposals to perform grading for double
track between Pando and Pando Tunnel
Colorado, anout one and three-auarters
miles, nnd Goodnight to SwallowB, Colo-:
rodo, about ten miles, will be received
up to noon, May 16th. All work will be'
done under Denver & Rio Grande Rail
road company's specifications.
The approximate amount of grading is
as follows: 6
PAJsDO TO PAN'DO TUNNEL.
Loose rock .15.000 cubic yards
Solid rock 9,000 cubic yards
Slope walls 200 cubic yards
GOODNIGHT TO SWALLOWS.
Earth and embank-
ment 396,000 cubic vards
Loose rock 00.000 cubic yards
Solid rock fio.000 cubic vards
Riprap 10,000 cubic yards
Further Information can bo secured on
the grounds, or from the chief engineer at
The right to reject any or all bids is
reserved. Bids should be enclosed In
sealed envelope, addressed to J. G. Gwyn
Chlpf Engineer. Denver & R0 Grande
Railroad Company. 608 Equitable Build
ing, Denver. Colo., and the envelope plain-,
y marked: "Proposal to Perform Grad
ing Work." kll(5s
I. THE UNDERSIGNED. HEREBY WILL
not be responsible for anv debts con
tracted by my wlfo, Mrs. Edwin Harronn.
after Mny 9. 1910. Edwin Harropp. k!46G
CARRIGAN In this city. May S. 1910,
Thomas J. Carrlgan, aged 25 years. Re
mains at O'Donnell & Co. funeral par
lors. Notice of funeral lator.
BELL May S, Mary Exford, wife of
Thomas Bell, in her thirty-ninth year,
at the family residence, 933 Second ave
nue. Notice of funeral later.
wD5cTIn tnls clty Iay S. 1310. George
C Wade of 14GG Seventh Eat street,
aged 31 years. The body Is at the funeral
parlors of Jpscph William Taylor. 2S
South West Temple street. Notice of
ARNE At 2 Swnns court, this city. May
8, 1010, of consumption, Christopher A.
Arno, In his 2Sth year, native of Norwav
and a member of the Tailors' union, this
city. Funeral services Tuesday at i p.
m. from the funeral chapel of Joseph W.
Taylor. 21 South West Temple street.
Friends are invited to attend. Inter
ment in City cemetery.
READING The remains of William H.
Reading, who died in Bakerstleld, Cal..
May S, 1910, aged 43 years, and son of
John and Annie Reading of Centerville,
Utah, will be shipped to Salt Lako City
In care of Joseph W. Taylor. The re
mains arc expected to arrive Tuesday
EBER W. HALL. UNDEORTAKEAND
embalmer, 161 S. West Temple. Phone
MALCOLM L. BUTLER. RES. UNDER
taker, 61 N. State. Boll phone 2918.
ROYAL CEMENT BURIAL VAULTS
put in on four hours notice; cost from
S25 to $50. Ind. 3257. Bell 525. h3S35
THE LEADING I ORIST. W. W. KING,
214 E, 2nd So. uoth phonea 37. b29
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM, R.
McKcnzio. Display yards. 422 So. State.
OSTERLOH COMMISSION CO, WILL
sell at public auction Friday, May 6,
6 rooms of nice household furniture, In
cluding Schefer piano, cost 5400. 434 3rd
THE OSTERLOH AUCTION AND COM.
Co. will sell at public auction, Monday,
May 9th, nt 10:30 a. m., at 405 7th East
corner of E st. A new grocery stock and
fixtures. Groceries are all new, -belnp
purchased Just two weeks ago. Consisting
of canned goods, coffee, teas, spices,
sugar and notions, In fact all first class
C. E. OSTERLOH, Auctioneer.
THE OSTERLOH AUCTION AND COM.
Company will offer for sale at public
auction the furnishings of a 7-room house
at 438 So. 5th East, constating of furni
ture, carpets, rugs, gas range, beautiful
hall tree, dining chairs, rockers, silver
ware, couches, lounges, bedding, curtains,
also one beautiful piano plnycr attach
ment, cost $050.00. books and pictures.
Don't miss this sale Wed. May 11th, 10:30
a. m. MRS. C. C. POST, Owner.
C. E, Osterloh. Auctioneer. k!114
chemists, removed to 229 South West
UNION ASSAY OFFICE, 152 SOUTH
West Temple. P. O. Box 1446. n!51Q
BETTLES MATTHEZ & CO.. A. F.
Bardwell, manager. 15S So. Wcat Tom:
pie. Both phoncB. l
DO YOU WANT A HOMESTEAD OR
DescrL claim In southern Idaho? Idaho
Locating Co.. 220 Boise City NatL Bunk
bldg. Boise. Ida. h3S2i
LOST ONE 1x55 RED FLUFF RUG.
flndf-r return. to Eastern Fluff Rug Co.,
reward: Bell phone 3I3Q. 1324
FOUND RESPONSIBLE CUT-RATH
pawnbroker. Undo Sam. 30 E. lst,
SCHRINER PIN: HAD E. L. RIAD. RE
turn to 307 7th ave. h4Q-
BROWN SUIT CASE TAKEN AT
Smith's Drug Co. by mistake. Return to
37 E. No. Temple. Reward. Ind. 2ol3.
LOST GOLD LOCKET. KNIGHTS OF
Columbus emblem on one side, initials
"J. P. Mc." on back. Return to 70 So.
1st West. Reward.
STRAYED OR STOLEN FROM PASTURE
at Mldvate. bay homo. 6 years; slig It I J
lame. Reward. E. II. U. box 15, Bing
ham Canyon. """r
TSMALL WHITE FRENCH POODLE.
' answers to name of "Rascal." Return
to Hotel Semloh: roward. KllQo
FRENCH DRY GLEANING.
TTXnInG & PRESSING CO..
rrcne,, DM .-Ka.n.
v,,,.,,-,, rj-v or steam Cleaned, $1 nnc
ri.25.ChAND THE DRIVER WILL CALL.
iTmmTrVAKRENT 3 JUDGE
bldg "It's the cut of their clothoo.
BoP iSS-O; Ind. 5031. m
HAIRDRESSING AND MANICURING
shampooing, face and scalp nwimbo
switches mado to ordor; nrlvato calla to
holds or residences. t,6G! S. W. Tempic.
I Boll phono 3774.
M;hJ5IX0 EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
44 pL ,UTid "nskllled laborers furnished.
wTn111 6outh: cor. Commercial
. Bell phone 3338; Ind. 023. p43
STWn?CiK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
iiotel, restaurant and household bolp.
i -c n Headquarters for laborers.
E. 2nd South. Phones 464. c743
lfiJ PENAGER'S BUSINESS COL
,LJi ooforo you decide to cntnr else
Sre'u QGt the bcat- -W So. Main L
"Qtn phones. d2919
SniE T0 SOAK THEIR WATCHES
nmJl diamonds at Uncle Frank's Loan
umce. 5 East 3rd South. Ind. phone G5J!.
L 1uV ENERGETIC, NEWSPAPER SO
Ja ?rsJ0r the road: hlen class papers
and steady work for tho right men. Give
rorerences. experience and class of ecur
it you can furnish; also salary oxpect
fSri your rcP'y- Address, 0-57, Tribune
FIRST-CLASS BAKER AND PASTRY
cook. Louvre Cafe. h872
Wanted a barber. 14 exchange
Place. Steady Job; guarantee. hlS65
SOME GOOD SOLICITORS WANTED,
Perfection Mfg. Co.. E4E W. 3rd No.
EXPERIENCED SHOE SALESMAN
wanted Hlrschman Shoe ".'o. h23S5
SALEAN" T0 CALL "ON DOCTORS.
Established trade. Clean, well-paid
wor,k f?r hard workor. P. O. box 121.
EpERIENCED OFFICE MAN. APPLY
T-3S, Tribune. h?924
FOUR GOOD SOLICITORS WANTED:
advance paid each week; largo com
mission paid. Apply rooms 122-123, Atlas
EXPERIENCED SATURDAY EXTRA
man. Hlrschman's. h3640
BAKER'S HELPER WANTED. APPLY
61 East 1st South, Bell Bakery- Good
wages. . k202
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE SALE
of United Wireless Telegraph company
stock. Can give exclusive territory in
Utah and Idaho. References required. O.
5. Brewster. 313 McCornlck bldg. h3923
GOOD BARBER. AT G. A JENKINS'S
barber shop, Midvale. Phones. Boll
lo0; Ind. 13. b.3967
LOOKING FOR A JOB? GO TO MOE
best's Reliable Employment office. 238
So. Stato st. Bell 806; Ind. 4613. h413G
A FIRST-CLASS BARBER AT THE
Harkness Hotel, McCammon, Ida.; will
guarantee ?10 per week, with board and
room; apply In person or wire H. O.
Harkness, McCammon, Ida. k748
YOUNG MAN AS FURNISHING GOODS
salesmnn for Saturdays, W. E. Fife
Co., 166 Main. k7ol
GOOD CANDY MAKER FOR RETAIL
trade; country; good wages; steady
work for right party. Address H. A.
Tuckett, 844 E, 1st South. k763
2 BLACKSMITHS. ?3.50 DAY.
1 hotol baker, $60.
10 R. R. carpenters. $3 and $3.50 day.
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
No. 4 E. 2nd So. Street, kS52
A BARBER AT ONCE; GUARANTEE
$18 per week. L. McLaughlin, Glenns
Ferry. Ida, k846
WANTED REGISTERED PHARMA
ctat; state age and salary wanted.
Bridge Street Pharmacy, Blackfoot.
MOULDERS TWO OR THREE FIRST
clhsa nonunion moulders wanted. Ad
dress J-40, Tribune. k912
WANTED ONE FIRST-CLASS PANTS
maker, price $4.65 and one vest maker,
prlco ?3.50 and ?4. Apply to Henry Jonas
& Son, 11 East Granite St., Butte. Mont.
GOOD SALESMAN; ONE FAMILIAR
with grocerv trade, to drive wagon and
solicit. Address P. O. box 1258. kl007
SOME GOOD LIVE TELEPHONE
solicitors. Apply Utah Independent
Telephone Co. kl07S
WANTED SODA MAN FOR SECOND
place, apply at Franklin's 108 S. Main.
WIS TEACH YOU INDIVIDUALLY
Start now and get the best results un
dor specialists at Utah Business College
COMPETENT LINEMAN. ONE WITH
installation experience preferred. Must
be sober and thoroughly experienced.
None others need answer. Address X-ll.
1 MARRIED SECTION FOREMAN.
2 blacksmiths. $3.50 day each.
10 carpenters. R R. Wk.
2 miners. ?3.00 day.
1 flunkey, S40.00 month.
3 ranch hands. $35.00 month.
STROCK'S EMP. AGENCY.
No. 4 E. 2nd So. Street. kll05
THOROUGHLY RELIABLE 'MAN FA
mlllar with city for delivery. Ill East
2nd South. kl452
STEADY BARBER. GUARANTEE. AT
Lincoln House. kl454
A DELIVERY BOY FOR SHORT TIME,
wages $2 a day. Apply early. River- (
plde Grocery. 1001 West 2nd So. kl467
BOY WITH WHEEL. 460 E. 2ND SO.
NIKTHDClIsANING CO.. 330 SO.
West Temple, cleaners of fine wearing
annarel. Wo charge for what we do and
thotighly do what wo chargo for. Bell
phone 4645. Ind. 1557.
tors, fans, house telephones. The Spe
cialty Elcctrlcul Repair Co. Ind. 637.
Mn? M. M. Jcnncns. SOS East Third
0i 'st. Bell phono 174G-Z. a3050
TSnnrTATHsTdASSAGE AND ELEC
tric healing. Madam La Bolle, 263
Main street, h3809
WALL PAPER CLEANING
guaranteed. Ind. 1145. Boll 3154. V1097
MOVING, STORING. PACKING
fit In tho west; goods clipped to any
cart of tho United States at reduced
rates All work guaranteed. Redman
Moving and Storage Co. Phones 5oi. ol0o2
furs and taxidermists
and taxidermist lino and earn cora
nloto stock of manufactured goods; pay
Richest prlco for raw furs and gamo
heads? R- Stenzel Fur Co., 57 E. Srdo.
" CHEMISTS AND ASSAYERS
" " "bird'cowan CO..
160 So. W. Temple. Boll Phono 4114.
a nold Utah Typewriter Exchange
430:a 62 W? Snd So. b2183
PSns Mrs. J.tolo Ooisler. 336 W. grd
No. Bell 1493-X. Ind. 403i. tD17
WANTED HELP FEMALE
LADIES TO BORROW MONEY ON
their diamonds from Uncle Frank, 5
East 3rd South. Ind. phono 952. f532
WANTED YOU TO KNOW THAT
Hcnager's Bunl ncss Cologo Is tho best I
In the city. Day and night sessions.
GIRLS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. AP
PLY MORNINGS 7;45. AFTERNOONS
AT 12:45. SUPERINTENDENT'S OF
FICE. TROY LAUNDRY, 431 SO. 6TH
EAST ST. 4104
YOUNG GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 73 F st. f4870
WANTED FIVE LADIES; SALARY TO
graduates. Shssc'h HairdroBslng Col
lego. 218 South Main st. Phones 4444.
HOME EMPLOYMENT AGENCY HEAD
quarters for cooks, waitresses, all kinds
help: board and room while waiting; rea
sonable. 21E W. Eth South. Bell 3687-K.
COMPETENT GIRL; GOOD WAGES:
references required. Apply forenoon.
95 B. 1st North. Phone Bell 3145. h3168
GOOD GIRL IN SILVER PANTRY.
Louvre cafe. h3539
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
must understand cooking, no washing or
Ironing; call mornings. 607 2nd avo. hS597
A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
in family of three; tel. 408S-K. h35!J8
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; small family. 25 South 7th East.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; must understand cooking.
412 1st avo. Bell 1942. k637
GIRL TO COOK AND ASSIST WITH
ironing. 305 1st ave. k531
MIDDLE-AGED LADY TO TAKE CARE
of sick man part of tho day and do
light housework; good place to right
party. Call from 2 to 4 p. m., 235 5th
GOOD WOMAN FOR GEN. HOUSE
work, at once, good wages; 149 E. 1st
South, j k562
CHORUS GIRLS WITH SOME Ex
perience, good voices and some danc
ing abilities. Apply Will Minor. Salt Lake
theater, between 9 to 11 a. m. k67fi
WANTED AT ONCE. YOUNG LADY
for work In city; steady employment;
$15 week. Call between 6 and 8 p. m.
at rm IS, Roy hotel. k754
A WOMAN FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work on ranch. Mrs. J. D. Ellis. Small.
COMPETENT COOK WANTED; REF
erences required. Call mornings. 100
Second avenue. k939
GOOD WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework, at once; good wages. 119
E. 1st South. k945
TWO DINING ROOM GIRLS. BOND'S
restaurant. $1.00 per day. k905
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER; CA
pablo beginner preferred. J-34, Trib
une. ' k910
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
1075 East 2nd South. k911
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
good wages; good home; no washing:
call; 1080 First ave. kl05S
COMPETENT GIRL GENERAL HOUSE
work, who can cook; two In family; no
laundry: references; good wages; 777 E.
South Temple st.; 825 Bell tel. kl063
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK: 86
D-st.; good wages; small family. klOSS
DRESSMAKER WANTS EXPERI
encod help In dressmaking parlor. Ap
ply 214 Security & Trust bldg. kl326
WANTED NURSE MAID WHO GOES
homo nights. 454 South Main. kl333
WANTED CTRL FOR HOUSEWORK
in family of three. 444 South 4th East.
PLAIN SEAMSTRESS WHO CAN DO
plain sewing. 415 Douglas ave. kl339
WANTED MAID FOR ROYAL HOTEL.
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL IIOUSE
work, nice home for right party, good
wages; 274 S. 12th East. Boll 4403-K.
WHY NOT FINISH THAT COURSE IN
shorthand with us under specialists?
Tho best place; Utah Business College.
4 WAITRESSES. IDAHO.
1 pantry girl, Idaho.
2 waltrosses. city. Jfi.OO wk.
"STROCK'S EMP. AGENCY.
No. 4 E. 2nd So. St. L-119C
WOMAN TO DO WASHING AND
ironing. No. 41 E. 1st North. kll02
COMPETENT COOK. 67S EAST BRIG
ham. - kl286
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
houoswork and cooking; no laundry
work. 667 East 2nd South. kl287
YOUNG WOMAN TO CARE FOR CHILD
and help with housework; no washing
Call Monday before 12 noon 3 Dubei ave .
2nd South bet 3rd and 4th East. k!300
GIRL I '"OR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
In small flat; must sloop home; good
pay for competent help. No. 0 Pauline
Ap'ts-. Cor. 1st So. & 3rd East. kl455
DAY GIRL TO CARE FOR BABY, MRS.
Bruff. 54 West 1st North. k!460
building investments. 500 con-
STITUTION BLDG. h2957
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING
sign painting from Alpha to Omopa.
Bell 4130. Ind. 2449. c2733
WHERE TO STOP
prletor, 68 East First South; 200 rooms;
rates. 35c. 40c and 50c. xl934
GLADYS SCHURTZ. 307 JUDGE BLDG.,
cxnert In office dictation; satisfaction
guaranteed. Bell 1711, f363
INTERMOUNTAIN DECORATING CO..
No. 5 Kendall square, bet. 4th and 5th
So., West Temple. Architectural model
ing In all styles. Castings In all kinds of
cement and planter. All kinds of sculp
tural work. Satisfaction guaranteed. J.
Jcpperson, Charles Plrotto & Co. k!254
TRACKAGE STORAGE AND STORAGE
space for rent. Apply 341-343 Ecclos
ave. Ind. phone 1328; Boll 1504. E- P.
Yowell Co.. produce nnd storage. h!132
WAREHOUSE SITE, 82Jxl65, ALSO 95x
115 adjoining tho nbove, both on 6th
West. 70 feet north of 2nd South. Inquire
of Gclsy-Walker Co.. 403 Trlbuno Bldg.
Both Phones 1C68. kSS
FLUFF RUG FROM YOUR OLD CAR
pet. Bell phono 3430.
EASTERN FLUFF RUG CO. RUGS
from your old curpots. 960 West 3rd
South Bell 3430. h35S7
D RA WTN GM ECHANI C AL?A RCHIT E C -tural,
topographical, patent ofTIco draw
ings. Inquire Draftsman. Ind. phono
PARTY TO CARE FOR HOUSE; USE
of rooms given; best references re
quired. X-5, Tribune. kll31
Z. HENRY JACOBS. 204 McCORNICK
bldg., deals In real estate exclusively.
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANT
cd; will pay you first-class prices, H.
C. Flahcr & Co., 165 Bo. W. Tomplo. Boll
5171. Ind. 964. e258
WANTED A $3000 HOUSE ON EAST
oide. George B. Standing, 73 Main bL
ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND CLOTH
lng, trunks, valises; best prices paid. 28
Commercial or Reply by postal card.
8771 Bell. t74
YOUR OLD CLOTHING, WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. Both phonos. t2191
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaking. Utah Bedding and
Mfg. Co. Poth phones 383. b303
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR GENTS'
old clothes, etc. Boll phono 5023. 69
Commercial at. m2477
WESTERN JUNK CO., DEALERS IN
metal, rubber, otc 1044 So. Stato. Boll
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR IRON.
brass, rags, bottles, rubber, copper, etc
Utah Junk Co., 840 So. 1th West. Phono
WE SOLICIT LISTING IN HOUSES TO
rent. We aro having many calls overy
day that we cannot accommodate. Dan
ley & Johnson. 80 West 3rd South at
Phones 4426. x660
E. G. WITZELL. REPAIRER OF ALL
kinds of musical Instruments. 65 Main
st., room 8. a7
HORSES AND CATTLE. I. N. HINCK-
ley, 323 West let North. Bell S0E-NY.
UNCLE FRANK'S LOAN OFFICE. 5 E.
3rd South. Money on diamonds, watches.
Jewelry, low Interest. Ind. phono 952. f590
LAKE HAND LAUNDRY; ONLY HON
est work; ploaso try once. Phones 2594.
838 W. 1st South. 14001
TO BUY SECOND-HAND TENT,
about 10x13. Call 1339 Blair st f4337
MRS. W. P. LYNN, LACE MAKER,
cleans and repairs all kinds of laces;
curtains a specialty. 736 E. 1st South.
APARTMENT OR SMALL COTTAGE
of three of four rooms for housekeep
ing, must be modern. No children. State
price and location. V-7, Trlbuno. h3371
L. BAYLISS, LAWN, CUTTER AND
attends to lawns. 20 K street, h3926
YOUNG AND FAT CALVES, YEAR
llngs; dry and fat cows. Saunders.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR OLD
clothes and shoes. Edward Green, Ind.
3273. Bell 5021. k548
BOARD AND ROOM IN PRIVATE FAM
ily, couple with 2-year-old child. Ad
dress J-22, Tribune. k767
ON WILLOW AND FRENCH PLUMES
we save you 25 to 50 per cent. 557 So.
WANTED PUPILS TO LEARN THE
piano. Phone 5453-Z. kO ID
WANTED. BY TWO' YOUNG MEN.
room and board In priyato family; must
be closo In. X-24, Tribune. kl311
WANTED WORK BY THE DAY BY
experienced girl. Phono Bell 3210-NX.
TO BUY SINGLE BUGGY, HARNESS;
must be In good order and a snap. Cir
culation Manager, Tribune. k'1330
LADY'S TICKET TO OMAHA. AD
dress J-17, Tribune. kl041
PARTY TO RENT ROOMS FOR HOUSE
keeplng'and barn, as I have plenty of
hay to feed teams. Address 1560 So. 9th
TO BORROW $500 ON PERSONAL
property; willing to pay good Interest
or would give bill of sale with privilege
of redeeming property. Call Bell phone
GENTLEMAN DESIRES ROOM IN PRI
vate family; close In and reasonable;
state prlco and location. Address X-9.
MUSICIAN DESIRES ROpM IN PRI
vate family; will glvo lessons on vio
lin, mandolin as part payment. Address
X-10, Trlbuno. , kllSO
BOY WITH WHEEL TO WORK AFTER
school and evenings. Apply Smith
Drug Co. kl242
A QUARRY BLACKSMITH. APPLY AT
Walker Stone company. 73S West Third
A DELIVERY BOY. LEAVER DRUG
Co., opposite O. S. L. depot.
LACK CURTAINS LAUNDERED; WORK
guaranteed. Mrs. Stallings, Boll phono
STENOGRAPHERS FURNISHED WITH
out chargo. "The Shorthand Shop," 510
Atlna, Phono 2461. w!93
WOULD LIKE POSITION AS SALES
man; will glvo references and bonds.
35 Western ave. f5156
RESPECTABLE MARRIED LADY
wishes to work in evening from 8 to 1J
cleaning offices. Q-16. Trlbuno. h53
AS SALESMAN ON THE ROAD,
years' experience, Idaho, Utah; first
class references; staple lino desired. Ad
dress V-l, Trlbuno. h3181
GOOD CAMP COOK, COLORED MAN.
will go anywhere. Ind. phono 31 4S. Ad
dress 416 So. SUUo. h3800
JAPANESE COUPLE WANT HOUSE
work: call Boll phono 2895. k541
POSITION" AS BOOKKEEPER, WILL
Ing to utart on small wages; Just fin
ished school; J -5, Tribune. 1:550
RELIABLE MIDDLE AGED MAN. MAR
rlcd, wants position as collector. Ad
dress J-26, Tribune. JcS40
EXPERIENCED JANITOR AND FIRE
man wants position; good reference.
J-35, Tribune. k920
AS FOREMAN. 25 YEARS EXPERI
ence construction waterworks, cement
and streot works Address X., 255 South
2nd East, Salt Lako City. kllrtS
LADY WISHES POSITION AS PIANO
player. Address X-13. Trlbuno. kll97
BOOKKEEPER. THOROUGH. WANTS
position on construction or mining; ex
perienced in force accounts, commissary,
boarding house, etc. Address X-25, Trlb
GOOD JAPANESE WANTS POSITION
as housecleaner by hour. Telephone
COMPETENT LADY STENOGRAPHER.
with wide experience, desires position;
best of references. Address X-26, Trib
RELIABLE MARRIED MAN. WANTS
work of any kind. X-l, Tribune. 1:1039
CHAUFFEUR WANTS POSITION: PRI
vate family preferred. Apply J-28.
MEN'S HATS CLEANED AND
blockod; Panamas a specialty. Salt
Lako Hat factory. 34 E. 1st So. Phono
P APE RHANGING AND PAINTING
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
calclmlnlng; wall paper cleaned and
whitewashing. Geo. IHju'.I. 517 W. 2nd
So. Ind. 1S59, h2931
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
A PIANO, NEW; COST 5350; WILL
soil for $17E cash, at once. X-5C, Trib
FINE OAK SHELVING; ALSO SEC-ond-hand
showcases. W. L. Wetherbee.
158-160 W. 1st South. P19H
WE ARE SELLING SECOND-HAND
Bulck touring cars and runabouts at
less than two-thirds of tho cobI price.
Consolidated Wagon and Machine Co.
1907 7 -PASSENGER TOURING CAR;
cost $4000; soil for $1250; must sell at
once. Will guarantee O-20. Tribune.
A GOOD HACK FOR SALE. CHEAP. J
P. Fowler, 57 So. W. Temple. cl4a3
FOR ROOMING AND BUSINESS
chances see Curvan & Power, 405-400
Boyd Park bldg. eJ.459
DON'T SELL YOUR FURNITURE.
Have It reupholsterod made new again.
Phone 3299 about it, S. L. Mattress &
Mfg. Co. cl063
FURNITURE OF 9-ROOM HOUSE;
house for rent; strictly modern; largo
yard and barn. Apply J. K, Shaw, 301
D. F. Walker. f747
A SNAP WELL ESTABLISHED HARD
waro sloro. Owner must loavo city.
119 West So. Temple. Bell phone 3936-Y.
SEE NEWCOMB FOR ROOMING
houBO bargains, room 407 Trlbuno bldg.
Ind. phono 126. e676
HOMES BUILT. PLANS FURNISHED
freo; money loaned for same. Boll
phone 2174-X. f3042
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH PHE-lan-Stockman
Co. Real estate, lnsur
ance and loans. 70 W. 2nd So. f3373
REALTY, INSURANCE, LOANS, EASY
terms. Colonial Rcnlty and Trust Co,,
22 E. 1st South. f4402
2ND-HAND AUTOMOBILES BOUGHT
' and sold; also on commission. J. P.
Fowlor. 07 South West Tismple. f4736
HORSES FOR SALE; 61 W. 3RD SOUTH.
FOR SALE STOCK OF GENERAL
mdBo. in ono of tho best now towns in
Idaho, with a population of 2500. Stock
will invoice about $4000 groceries, $3000
dry goodB, ahoos and furnishings. P-10.
ONE ELEVATED OVEN GAB RANGE,
practically now. 406 So. State. f3938
STANDARD SEWING MACHINES.
Walter M. Jones, solo agt., 32 Rlch
ardsf Bt, cl310
ROOMING HOUSE, IN CENTER OF
town, with lease; doing a good busi
ness. Address Q-84. Tribune. h412
SIDEBOARD. BOOKCASE. ROCKERS.
dresser, heaters, range, hot water connections-,
must sell at once, leaving city.
555 So. W. Temple. hl813
5-ROOM FRAME ON LOT 75X125; WILL
sacrifice. Call 420 1st avo., Waterloo.
NEW PIANOS AT FACTORY COST.
plus freight. H. 3. Daynes. office 55
Main street, with the Smart Shop, Bell
GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND
gents' furnishing store, in a good min
ing camp in Utah. V-22. Tribune. h3338
LET US FRAME YOUR PICTURE. ART
Wall Paper Co., 48 East 1st South st.
SADDLE HORSES FOR SALE.
Wo have bought all of Mr. Purscll's
horses and several other good saddlors
and they will now be at Salt Lake Horso
and Mule market. 344 W. 5th So. Bell
phone 4167; Ind 4131. Call on us and we
will try hard to pleaso you. h3761
CO head, all classes; 1000 to 1600 pounds;
guaranteed as represented or monoy
refunded. Salt Lako Horse & Mulo Mar
ket. 344-346 W. Eth South. Carload extra
good horses Just received. 1300 to 1700 lbs.
FINE PONDEROSA TOMATO PLANTS.
104 Ton-ace ave. Bell Forest 21-Y.
GUNDP.Y & ALDER.
Wo sell real ostato- solicit houses to
rent 504 Scott Bldg., Bell 4170. klOSl
NEW 3-ROOM HOUSE. ?200 DOWN,
balanco $10 per month, 7 per cent.
Lincoln houso. hlS67
ADOBES, KINDLING, DOORS AND
windows for sale. 1321 W. So. Tem
WOOD SAWED IN STOVE LENGTHS
and sacked kindling. 35 North 2nd
West. G. W. Ross. h3610
$350 TO $375 PIANO AT YOUR OWN
prlco. Call at 2121 So. State. Ind
phono 2408. M6t be sold at once. h3937
OR TRADE FOR REAL ESTATE, 30
h. p. auto, like now. Call Ind. 2207.
OR TRADE FOR SMALLER HOUSE,
7-roomt modern In all respocts: close in.
Call Ind. 2207. h4128
ONE CYPHERS BROODER. CAPACITY
50 chicks. Inquire 423 So. W. Tomple.
RESTAURANT. ALL NEW FIXTURES',
party selling out on account of sick
ness, 25 to 27 E. 1st South. kl(77
SMALL COOK STOVE. NO. S, CHEAP.
52 South 4th West. k549
$80 CREDIT PIANO ORDER FOR SALE
cheap. Inqulro rear 443 West 7th South.
WHEELER & WILSON DROPHEAD.
good as new, guaranteed, with an at
tachments; $18,50; get the right number,
29 West First South. White Sewing Ma
chine Co. k551
FIRST-CLASS ROOMING HOUSE FOR
salo cheap for cash: pood reasons for
selling. AddroBs.J-9. Tribune. k557
DENTAL OFFICE. AVERAGING $300
per month; best location In Salt Lako;
terms If desired, or will rent. Address
W-9. Tribune. h4011
A BARGAIN ROOMING HOUSE. NINE
rooms, modern, close In: best location
In city. Inquire 423 So. W. Temple.
CONFECTIONERY STORE. CHEAP.
Poor health and must sell. Terms If do
sired; good lease. 162 West South Tem
EXPRESS WAGON IN GOOD SHAPE.
Apply 27 W. 6th Soutli. Ind. phone
CIGAR STORE AND POOL ROOM.
cheap; long lcaso. Inquire 376 West
So. Tomplo st. k710
SEVERAL FINE MEXICAN Z ERA PES
(blankets) and one new Columbia graph
opnono with cabinet and records; very
cheap. Owner returning to Mexico. Must
bo sold soon. Call and examine at 47S
C street. k770
2-SEATED BUGGY OR TRAP, GOOD
as new. Cost ?300. Bell phono 39S4-Y.
Ind. phone 2545. 1:51
DAYTON COMPUTING SCALE,
cheo8o-cuttcr, Ico box, showcases. 171
P street. klOS
FINE DRIVING MARE, SORREL. 7
years old. perfoctly sound, drive slnglo,
double or saddle; very kind. 740 East 6th
South, flat 7. k63S
GAS RANGE. ALMOST NEW, CHEAP.
. Applv No. 12 Hawks ct., bot. 6th and
7th East on 2nd South. k921
A FINE SADDLE HORSE AND SAD
dle. chpap. 127 F st. Bell phono
FOR SALE YOUNG 1200-LB. HORSE.
763 E. 1st So. kll64
HAMPTON OAK COMBINATION CHINA I
closet and sideboard. 2S5 F st. kl331 I
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS tj if
FOR SALE. ' liW
AT RARE BARGAINS. R
An assortment of furniture of all kinds a m
for hotels, rooming houses, private R HI
homes. rostaurantB. cafos, otc Chairs, H Jra
garden benches, tables, card tables, bu- n fll
rcauo, dining room tables, wash bowls. B g
pitchers, folding beds, iron beds, mat- III OB
tresses, springs, Bldcboards. rockers. IO
lawn or porch settees, etc., etc. Chance Ml JPJ
to equip and furnish new mining or mill N
boarding houses, etc. Room 400. Kcnyon i IB n
hotol, Mgr. Opon 9 a. m. till 2 p. m. fll fil
every day. k49 iMuffi
MUST BE SOLD THIS WEEK! fill
THREE ROOMS FULL OF BRAND UhM
NEW FURNITURE, COST OVER $550 IBM
LESS THAN SIX MONTHS AGO- COME . H
PREPARED TO SECURE A SACRIFICE BUM
TODAY. CASH OF PAYMENT AR- HI M
RANGMENT WILL BE HADE PUR- Hi H
CHASER. MODERN FLAT RENTS FOR H H
SIS REAR, WEST FLAT, 810 EAST SHI H
FIRST SOUTH. h!141 WM
THREE HIGH - CLASS SADDLE (Rl I
horses and three buggies. 153 West HIH
Fifth South. Call today. Bj
GOOD HORSE. SURREY, SINGLE ( Ml M
buggy and good harness for sale. In- IN H
quire 317 Main street. k621 i It
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN NEW FUR- Q II
nlluro store; good location: cheap If 'tlni
takon at once. Address W. E. L., caro t all
Tribune. kS51 8 y
GAS 'RANGE FOR SALE, CHEAP. I Hi
166 West 5th South. kS25 I IH
A $375 SLIGHTLY USED UPRIGHT
piano for $175. Bell phono 4164. Office HI
55 Main bL. with the Smart Shop, kS19 H
EXPRESS WAGON AND CART 926 SO. IB
4th East. Bell phone 37S0-Z. 1:931 B
FURNITURE AND EVERYTHING NEC- ifij
essary for keeping house In 3-rocm Ml
modern apartment. See this If you want Rm
a home. It Is a bargain. Fine location. ' HI
reasonable rent. 17 Brunswick ave., 2nd IBJ
East, between 2nd and 3rd South. k930 RH
ELABORATE WEDDING GOWN AND fflffl
evening dress, worn once. Bell phono ' lBfl
2049-Y. k922 ' Ugl
FOR SALE CONTROLLING INTER- fffl
est or all of well-established and pny- yffl
Ing newspaper In growing town In south- Ril
orn Idaho. Address J-41, Tribune, k924 HII
FINE FAMILY HORSE FOR CARRIAGE ill
or riding: also a blooded colt. Call 437 Ml
E. 1st South. kl277 UM
SANITARY COUCH AND MATTRESS. 1 SB
nearly new, cheap. Ill E So. Temple. H
BABY'S ENGLISH GO-CART. ALMOST II
new: cost $55. will soil for $15. Inquire BH
Meredith, 743 East 1st So. st. kl315 KM
ONE CART IN GOOD CONDITION; 1
prlco $8; 531 E. 5th So. kll32 II
BEST AND ONLY WHITE RESTAU- Ifflil
rant In Gooding, Idaho. Two thousand Ifflil
pop. Terms. Write E. J. Aver, Good- Hit I
ing, Idaho. kl02R lUlil
$3350 7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. LOT ffjUK
2 rods by 73, gas, electric light and bath. itfljl
Must bo sold at once. Call at premises Inll
86 M st. k!052 Mil
SAFES. NEW AND SECOND-HAHu HUE
Phones 4158. a2113 Hnll
HORSES FOR SALE; 61 W. 3RD SOUTH. gjljl
20 TONS LUCERN HAY. IN STACK. f!i(j
at $12 per ton; four miles from Main fllull
st. Call E. D. Swan, 312 East 2nd South. Kflil
CONFECTIONERY STORE. CHEAP. Iiffl
Poor henlth nnd must sell; forms if de- IimI
sired; good lease. 162 West South Tern- KiRil
A FINE MOMMORT JACK. 5 YEARS IBjH
old, stands 15 hands high: wi I make EifllH
easy terms. H. W. Dunn, Healey hotel. limH
Ogdcn. kl227 ! HI nil
HORSES FOR SALE; 61 W. 3RD SOUTH. jSl
FIVE ROOMS OF FIRST-CLASS FUR- Iful
nituro, complete for housekeeping. 127 filual
H st. kl229 ffi
FURNITURE OF FLAT, STEAM HEAT. 1 IjfljH
gas, electric light, cheap. Inquire room ! tflill
9, 261 South Main st. (business s't3ej!j23. iImM
FIVE ROOMS FURNITURE. USED FOR flffiS
housekeeping; move in now; house for filtljH
rent. Call 236 East 2nd South. kl237 Niffifl
BARGAIN FURNITURE OF SEVEN fjlffll
rooms, furnished for housekeeping; 1 4 Dili
hpusc to rent. 437 East 2nd South jlffinj
SMALL GROCERY AND CIGAR STOCK llilifl
for $450; 5-room modorn house, little RilliH
store, rent $30, closo In. Call between 9 fi'tl
and 10 a. m., room I, 52 West 2nd South. lljijfl
GOOD DRIVING HORSE AND BRAND 'IISIh
new Bailey buggy for salo cheap: 505 I Ik HI II
So. State. Ind. 1429. kll37 fJ'HWl
16-PASSENGER AUTO, $1200; $500
cash. Will consider roalty for balance.
$200 SURREY WITH SINGLE HAR- JflfB H
ncss, cheap. Address 323 East 2nd So. lJj H
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER. LATE (IjHjfl
model, good condition; leaving clly: will UifllH
sacrifice for $35. Address X-29, Tribune pUH
MALE OR FEMALE NON-DESCRIP- UfVM
tlvc r. r. ticket lo Chicago via Kansas b;iB
City or Omaha. Address X-30, Tribune njijlj
FURNITURE FOR SALE. 250 NORTH fijBil
2nd West. Icl46S
FINE DRIVING HORSE, HARNESS. Bin)!
rubber tired buggj'. 217 Sth East. kl l71 limH
FURNITURE OF FIVE-ROOM COT- II K! I
tage, almost new. Cottage for rent. I'.iHfl
now. closo In. Apply 2 Bedford Villa. Dfilf fll
4th South between 3rd and 4th East. k!473 itlOfl
BOARD AND ROOM JIi
roundtngs, hot water heat; closo In; Mmlf
can give first-class accommodations to el Bill
four or six adults. References. Bell FlHlU
phone 6353-Y. b2444 WBM
WHITEHALL, 30 STATE STREET. A fi'BtB
first-class prlvato hotel: reasonablo ffjH
rates. cl601 fijfjH
ONE LARGE FRONT ROOM. STEAM flfflH
heated, with or without board. 421 So. UhIH
W. Temple. d777 fWR
ONE LARGE, FURNISHED ROOM. filHlSl
suitable for two gentlemen, with or II mill
without board; strictly prlvato. 321 So. I E H!i3f
6th Eust. Bell phone 2299-Y- f3S05 Jfcjjl
FURNISHED ROOMfTaND BOARD FOR If, H IB '
gentlemen. Ill 2nd EaBt. h2794 IfMu
TEMPLE HOTEL. 12 WEST NORTH jR
Temple, h2739 ' WRjO
FURNISHED ROOM AND BOARD AT flU I
234 West 1st North. h3175 fin
DESIRABLE MODERN ROOMS; TWO J ( II
or three meals psir day; reasonable K f II H
rates. 921 E. 2nd South. h4041 jfjHlB
SUITE FOR RENT IN KELVIN APT.. RiMl
00 N. lBt West. Convenient for busl- )lM 1
nosy or railroad man. k64 lifBI
FOR FOUR OR FIVE GENTLEMEN. fljllll
close in. Phono 2234. k64a tuflJfll!
FURNISHED ROOM AND BOARD. HuHl
Gordon hall, 306 E. 3rd South. k553 (Hnl '
FURNISHED ROOM AND BOARD; W '
front room, suitable for two. 625 South , wtj Ijl i
Main. Ind. 4059. k841 aU
NICE ROOM WITH LARGE PORCH; I ftfSfffl !
good homo-cooked meals; fine location. ! yDeI
233 1st avo. Bell 161S-Y. Ind. 1886. k917 j Sjtjflft
NICE FRONT ROOM. MODERN. SUIT- SiHlllBl
able for two; close In. 247 West 5th wflljEl 1
South. Phone Ind 1876. kl294 Eftjltfl
PLEASANT ROOM WITH BREAKFAST l'lBfi (
and dinner, for two gentlemen, $4 per OllE
week; modem. 352 E. 1st So. k!053 IftMlimjn '
BOARD AND ROOM FOR TWO GEN- 'IP
tlcxnon, private family, modern home j' '
Bell phono 2291-Y. laiTi n